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Two years after ETA renounced violence, a new film highlights the legacy of the militant group’s campaign.
Subversive art is helping expose just how far Spaniards are from reconciling with their past.
A fatal derailment on Spain's modern high-speed railway has left the country searching for answers.
Economic woes and animal rights campaigners threaten the national fiesta.
As the euro zone’s economic outlook continues to deteriorate, growth advocates hope their messages may finally be heard.
An EU court overturns the country’s mortgage law amid growing grass-roots opposition.
Strapped for cash, Spaniards seethe over allegations of kickbacks to high-ranking Spanish officials, including Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.
Workers blast new reform as dangerous and ineffective, while employers want the country to be more competitive.
Unions say new labor laws won't fix the high jobless rate, and hurt the most vulnerable.
With 21 percent unemployment, the brightest flee to Germany, the US and even Brazil.
Prolific entrepreneur and advocate says Spaniards are reawakening.
With conservatives poised to retake the national government, LGBTs ready to defend hard-won rights.
Spain once saw Europe as the future. Now it's a burden.
Protesters win concessions for homeowners caught in Spain's real estate bust.
Spanish youth, unemployed and living with their parents, want a political system that represents their interests.
Spaniards ward off tough austerity measures by selling the family jewels — those made of gold, anyway.
"Rezando voy" is the Spanish-speaking world's first daily prayer download service.
A blogger inflames passions by saying the French do croissants (way) better.
Spaniards think the Basque separatist group has a lot to prove.
Both countries try to convince markets to bet on their economies.